Antelope Canyon Kayak Tour on Lake PowellAntelope Canyon Breakfast Tour
See world famous Antelope Canyon from the water! Full day (6 hours) guided kayak tour starting from Antelope Point launch ramp. Using touring (sit inside) kayaks, cruise under the deep canyon walls to the very end, then further explore on foot on a breath taking hike. While you won't visit the upper section of the canyon where the large groups go, the areas you'll visit are stunning and the solitude makes the experience much more enjoyable for you, your family and friends. The tour includes a terrific breakfast in the canyon about halfway through the tour.
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Price: $175 per person, $155 per child (13 and under)
(Minimum of 2 Adults) (prices do not include gratuity for tour guides)


Scheduled Meeting Times:
  • 8:00am Arizona Time
  • All times are stated as Arizona Time, which is the same as Pacific Time unless you are visiting from early November to mid March.
Meeting Location:
  • You will meet your guide at our shop location in Page: 816 Coppermine Rd, Page Arizona then follow your guide in your vehicle to the Antelope Canyon public launch ramp parking lot, which is about a 20 minute drive West of Page. Directions will also be provided in your confirmation email.
Expected Distance Paddled and Requirements:
  • 6 miles (10 km) of paddling is typical, but it depends on the water level of the lake.
  • Wavy conditions are common on the 2nd half of this tour.
  • An approximately 1.5 hour round trip hike (depending on water level of the lake) in the canyon is part of the tour. The terrain is a mixture of rock and sand and is very flat. There will be ample opportunities to rest and take photos.
  • This tour is suitable for those who have a moderate level of physical fitness. Teenagers are fine, but it is generally not a good trip for children.
  • It is REQUIRED that participants have enough upper body strength to re-enter a capsized kayak, especially in the spring when the water is cold. The route is along steep canyon walls so getting out of the water on shore is usually impossible.
  • Touring (sit inside) and sit-on-top kayaks are used for this tour.
  • Adults will be given single kayaks unless specified otherwise.  If windy and/or cold water conditions are expected, the guide may require use of double kayaks.  Double kayaks are recommended weaker paddlers or for those with limited experience.
  • Your feet will get wet, sandy, and possibly muddy on this tour. There is some muck at the end of the canyon where your get out of the kayaks. Wear shoes or sport sandals you can get wet. No flip flops.
  • From June-October, tours include time for a swim.
  • During July through mid-September, the possibilities of flash floods exists. If morning rain is in the forecast, which is generally very uncommon, the hiking portion of the tour may be shortened by the guide for safety reasons.
  • There are simple bathroom facilities at the parking lot. Dry Bags available for rent upon availability.
  • Tour includes all kayak equipment, water refills, snacks (fruit) and breakfast (breakfast burritos typically). Please let us know if you have any dietary requests. Breakfast is usually eaten about halfway through the tour.
  • Are you a solo paddler? You may join an existing tour.
  • Park entrance fee not included ($30 per vehicle).